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to address the deficits, chronic deficits in the national flood insurance program. they are undoing the work to providing relief. the house will take up an energy will restrictich the epa's regulation of carbon emissions by coal-fired plants. this is a big priority of utilities. it would require any limits for new plants to be based on existing technology. it will be a theme this week. there will be several energy bills, just like there was a theme last week about excessive regulation. we thank bettelheim, you for the lookahead. as always sir, thank you for your time. >> my pleasure, sir. >> on the next washington journal, national review --umnist talks about us joins us to talk about the tea party. followed by brandywine garden -- eingarten. in thejoined with daniel council of foreign relations. washington journal is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. what we're told, both as students and as a nation, is there are all kinds of siddons and marches and demonstrations and occur. -- sit in's marches and demonstrations that occur. barks --it was rosa basically, it was rosa parks and the young preacher w
quarter. champions league garden after that, desperate not to make too big an advantage -- two big deficit after the advantage. ." you are watching "france 24 our top stories of course the growing crisis in ukraine, the subject of today's inside look. joining us is the director of the polish institute of international affairs, joining us via skype. thank you for joining us, sir. all of this diplomatic wrangling comes a day after u.s. president barack obama warned moscow it was "not fooling anybody" over its involvement in crimea. there have been tough words exchanged between russia and the u.s. will the diplomats be able to overcome that animosity and come to some sort of solution? >> i think it will be extremely difficult because it is a situation where russia has invaded the territory of another country in breach of united nations charter, in breach of the rules of the organization for security and cooperation in europe and in violation of treaties between ukraine and russia. this is a situation that cannot be tolerated by the international community without raising these objections. at
that billions of dollars to our deficit every year. insteadrats, we believe of more tax breaks for the few, we should make investments to grow the economy for everyone. that's what we believe. [applause] opportunity for all means guaranteeing every young person access to a world-class education. [applause] ago, justfour years an example, four years ago we took on the student loan system that gave billions of taxpayer dollars to big banks as part of the student loan system, even as there were young people out there who were not getting the help they need it to go to school. so we use the savings to help more students afford college. today, more young people are earning college degrees than ever before. you would think republicans would say, you know what, that's a good idea. good for you, mr. president. [laughter] bno, the republicans still want to return that money to the banks. as democrats, we are fighting to make sure that more americans can afford higher education, whether it is technical training, community colleges, four-year university. that is what we believe. that is what we are fight
on the largest deficit is one that is pretty sudden. they will behind going with the smaller parties and it is like a game of cricket. but they really want to see is to find the stable location that will bring in certainty and bring it back to the table. we will see that by the 16th of may. the upcomingout indian elections. >> when we come back, we will hear more about microsoft and the somebody who knows a thing or two about it. stay with us here on "countdown." ♪ >> welcome back to "countdown." microsoft former chief executive steve ballmer speaking one month after leaving the tech giant and bloomberg was there. for more, let's bring in caroline hyde with the details on what was a fascinating evening. >> wait for it. wait for it. there, on the bottom right. >> bloomberg presents the oxford union debate. with bloomberge having this relationship with the oxford union and he was fascinating. this is the first time he was x ceo. speak as the he is still on the board and one of the bigger shareholders but no longer running a. he spoke very eloquently about the concern that he did not
has about a $20 billion deficit in energy. most of that comes from russia. one of the main aims -- >> does ukraine have its own domestic sources of energy? >> not much. >> it could. it?x'eeds to be developed. >> i just read a story where that gas company is going to be pulling back, part of their effort to diversify. they tried to do that. one of the aims of western reform will be to get rid of the domestic fuel subsidies, bring it up to a more western level. what does that mean? it means helping pay the bills of average ukrainians. that bill is from russia. if it's rubles or -- no matter how many consonants are in the currency it's still fungible. >> they are in arears by more than $1.5 billion. that first payment goes directly to gas. >> let's talk about another couple stories on your beats. first with you and china, and you maintain that possibly, possibly china is facing a bear stearns kind of moment. >> the first corporate bond defaults in chinese modern history. remember, they didn't issue corporate bonds for a long time because they were communist. there were no corporate
and attention deficit issues. the greatest risk was seen in fathers 45 and older. >>> health advocates are pushing the fdaed to stop a powerful painkiller from going to the market. it's called zohydro. it's five to ten times more potent than a similar pill, vicodin. the fda approved it last fall. it goes on the market next month but critics are urging the fda to reconsider because the drug is so potent and potentially addictive. >>> get ready for a change you see on the labels in the market. the obama administration will announce new rules which have bigger and easier to read calorie numbers. serving sizes that reflect reality and separate sugar listings. other listings will be simplified and easier to understand. 12478 >>> president obama asking congress for $300 billion for infrastructure projects. he made this announcement at a train and bus station that was just refurbished. an example of what is possible, he said. transit is expected to run out of money later this year. mr. obama says these projects 49 provide jobs. >>> gay rights activists are celebrating the veto of a contention
off its deficits. charles: everybody saying marijuana is this thing like smoking cigarettes with no negative impact to it. there is a negative impact. >> we wish somebody in d.c. just as blunt about health care incentivizing to play the ppano while somebody subsidizes them to leave their job. charles: you can't make this stuff up, exporting goods is suing the ceo of what else for allegedly pretending to be a senior executive, he told the store manager he had a meeting with the ceo and persuaded the employees to show him around in the private back areas and answer questions about the operations. is that balls he or what? >> is this true? a secret agent man pretending he is an employee? charles: a senior executive. >> i think it is a right if it is true, it is a little bit over the top. charles: it is embarrassing to say this guy walked in and anyone could have done that. >> they should give him a coupon, think it is funny. charles: ukraine is spooking the market. your take is next. ♪ see what's new at projectluna.com >> the russians need american technology to develop their
small needles to thread for the trusted deficits. president obama has demonstrated and wants to be a partner for peace. he is committed to trying to end the conflict and all of his claims. how he can do that? let's be candid. some of you doubt it. as it israelis security officials will a test, -- attest, abbas has been against the violence. i have also spent many hours with president abbas. i believe he clearly understands both the tremendous benefit of peace and the great costs of failure. he understands that in terms of his own people, his own grandchildren, the country he hopes to be able to lead, and in terms of the history that be leakers -- beleaguers all. he know the people what never have the self-determination without ending the conflict in a solution that delivers two states for two peoples. and so this prime minister netanyahu when he looks me in the eye and said i cannot accept a deal with the palestinians that does not make the people of israel safer. we agree 100%. [applause] but i argue, there is a distinction between a unilateral withdrawal from lebanon where
to this aid. difficult steps need to be undertaken to right size gas prices and trim budget deficits, but ukraine should be given a long enough lease so that these necessary reforms don't strangle a nation today dealing with threats to its very existence. second cry me i can't. -- crimea. they have invaded and the very accord they signed guaranteeing crimea's territory. no doubt president putin was sore and no doubt he didn't like the fact that the united states voiced its strong support for the right of a sovereign ukraine to make independent decisions about its future partnerships and no doubt he is infuriated that the ukrainian people are now on their way to getting their way. but this is not a schoolyard. you don't get to push around weaker kids just because you don't like them. this is the 21st century. the reason we belong to organizations like the united nations or the reason we negotiate treaties like the budapest memorandum is because we now understand, after centuries of european war, how destabilizing this kind of behavior is. the irony for russia, of course, is that this
remained overvalued despite an account deficit. >> reporter: the debt of the country has been falling, though, as a result, yields have been rising. they're not worried you're not going to be able to reservice it. are you worried about a restructuring? >> we are not worried, but ukraine needs external help for the next year or two. i think with sensible economic policies and with international support from the imf, u.s. and the eu, we can return to the market back within six months, maximum. >> reporter: if you listen to a discussion about ukraine and the united states, it's all about this is the eu or russia, a forced choice, some kind of big monumental decision for ukraine. do you see it so divided, choosing between eu and russia? >> ukrainians would not want to make it look like this. it wants help from all of its neighbors including russia and on the other side, but the majority of the population definitely supports european standards of business, democracy, free market economy. >> reporter: thanks so much for joining us, mr. fiala. we really appreciate it. tomas fiala, ceo of dra
talk about deficits and debt. we could talk about data. but in the end, treasuries really when it gets nasty, when that tina the only -- that there is no alternative to stocks, that changes rather abruptly when stocks go down. and then tina becomes there is no alternative to being long treasuries. we want to keep cognizant of that. to the end the japanese are doing everything in their power to keep the yen weak, let's look at how all that stimulus and various ways they're trying to goose their economy have panned out. one way they've made good strides on. currently the latest reads is 3.7. now, that is the basic lowest rates since july of '07. during that interim period between '07 and now the high was 5.5. the message to this is is that the japanese may have issues for the last 25 years. but huge high unemployment certainly does not seem to be one of them but they made some inroads. base wage, recent data. this is important. base wages were only up 1/10 year over year. one of the things they're trying to do is goose inflation. if you adjust the wages for inflatio
discrimination by insurance companies, that will reduce the deficit, they need to bring it up for a vote, but they do not have solutions. what they want to do is deny health insurance coverage to millions of americans. that's a shame. and i think we are wasting our time today voting again to turn our backs on the bill that will offer so much to the american people. don't we have anything else to do? all we seem to do is deny science, which is the bill that will be coming up next, the republicans want to stop e.p.a. from dealing with the climate change issue, or denying the rights of people to get health insurance. which the republicans have voted over and over again to do. i urge we vote no on this bill and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan reserves. the gentlewoman from kansas is recognized. ms. jenkins: madam speaker, i'd like to yield two minutes to the gentleman from texas, chairman kevin brady, our chair of the ways and means health subcommittee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. brady: madam sp
about each other. that is what we have to get through here. thread forneedles to the trusted deficits. president obama has demonstrated an want to be a partner for peace. he is committed to trying to end the conflict and all of his claims. that? can do let's be candid. some of you doubt it. as it israelis security officials will a test, -- abbas has been against the violence. many hours spent with president abbas. i believe he clearly understands both the tremendous benefit of peace and the great costs of failure. he understands that in terms of his own people, his own grandchildren, the country he hopes to be able to lead, and in terms of the history that be leakers -- beleaguers all. he know the people what never have the self-determination without ending the conflict in a solution that delivers two states for two peoples. and so this prime minister when he looks me in the eye and said i cannot accept a deal with the palestinians that does not make the people of israel safer. we agree 100%. [applause] but i argue, there is a distinction between a unilateral withdrawal from lebanon w
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